When a teenager in Degand, Haiti, saw the problems a run-down road was causing his community, he did not rely on local authorities to act. He fixed the road himself.
A section of a bustling road near Corrioland Elucson’s (called Dukens) home was cracking and crumbling. Hundreds of people use the road every day—their cars and motorcycles jolting as they careen over potholes, cracks, and loose patches of pavement. The road had been falling apart for months, and local authorities had not stepped in to repair it.
Youth in Honduras are often told that their opinions do not matter, but IMPACT clubs are building a generation of Christians who are told their ideas matter—and they aren't afraid to take on tough issues in their communities.
When Saturnino Perez was a teenager, he dreamt of improving the lives of people in his community. Now, he’s mobilizing hundreds of youth in the Dominican Republic to do just that.
The need for an impact.
People in the Dominican Republic encounter many challenges, particularly the youth. Many drop out of school to help provide for their families, but are unable to find a job due to the country’s lack of opportunities and turn to criminal acts such as prostitution, drug trafficking, and theft for a source of income.
The church is called to provide a home for all of God’s children, but sometimes children are overlooked. Thanks to you, a Resonate church plant has been able to show children how much God loves them.
God called Eric and Shumaila Sarwar from Pakistan to Artesia, Calif., to plant Artesia City Church in partnership with Resonate. As they joined the local community of immigrants from Pakistan and India, it soon became clear that God had called them there for a reason.
Students from Nicaragua Christian Academy International (NCAI), a Resonate Global Mission partner, are defying the barriers of classroom walls and working together to join God’s mission in their community.
Last year, students and teachers from all classrooms and all grade levels collaborated to engage service-learning projects on their campus and in partnership with local organizations. Once a month, they expanded their classroom walls to share God's love with their neighbors.